On Coltrane's Untitled 11383 from the Both Directions At Once album, McCoy Tyner takes an epic solo that employs a technique I like to call "Anticipatory Pentatonics." Dive deep into my transcription and learn what makes McCoy Tyner one of the greatest pianist that has ever lived. Buy the album "Both Direction at Once - The Lost Album" here: https://amzn.to/2BvafW2
Make sure to watch Part 1 about McCoy Tyner And Anticipatory Pentatonics before watching this video which analyzes the quartal harmony and complexities that make up "that Tyner sound."
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Using the notes, F, Ab, Bb, C and Eb, and a little methodical practice and patience, let's learn how to play a quick run that we can use over at least 6 different chords! Pick up my new vocal improvisation course at www.musichabit.com